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dc.contributor.authorAsowa-Okwe, Charles
dc.descriptionA paper to be presented at East African Symposium on Common Property Management to be held at Uganda International Conference Centre, Kampala from 26th to 28th March, 1996.en_GB
dc.description.abstractStudies on Lake Victoria Fisheries are increasingly getting more diversified in scope and themes. Unlike in the past when the body literature available were products of endeavors by physical scientists concerned with fish species and related issues, today there are texts which attempt to address ecological and socioeconomic and cultural changes in the lake Vidoria Basin (Kongere. P.C. 1978; Swanla. M. 1986; Gerrad. S. (1991 ); Asowa -Okwe, 1989; Odongokara, 1991: Bugenyi. 1991: Okaronon, 1991)en_GB
dc.subjectRural Developmenten_GB
dc.titleModern fisheries and its impact on access to and common property managementen_GB
dc.title.alternativeA case study of Lake Victoria Fisheries-Ugandaen_GB
dc.rights.holderMakerere Universityen_GB

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